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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 October 1896

i JUDGF WHITES QUALIFICATIONS questioned by capt oeo n JACKSON A PROMINENT POPULIST AND OLD SOLDIER Sorious Charges Which the Captain Says are True Capt Geo M Jackson was in Earlington last week dJslnbutinB a circular containing very serious charges against Judge J D White Popocratic candidate for the Ap pcllate Judgeship from the First District Capt Jackson is the au thor of this circular and says its rtatcments cannot be disproven With reference to the Captain wc quote from a recently published sketch of his career Capt Jackson lives on his farm near St Francis Clay County Ark He moved from Winches ter Ky to that place some years ago -He has always been a strong Populist The Captain is a son of the Jackson who owned the Red River Iron works He was one of the bravest Union soldiers in th m ryico During the war he rusid the first company in Kmi tucky 10 go o Camp Dick Rohm son For gallant conduct ho was promoted to the Captaincy of fie Fourth Kentucky Infantry hut on account of bad ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 October 1896

ir M J in r X te KTi SUPPLEMENT EARLINGTON KENTUCKY BEE TIIUnSDAY OCTOnRtl M 1800 A OnG of AmorioaB Groat Oathollo Loadors is Opposod to Bryanism ARCHBISHOP IRELANDS LETTER Tho Chicago Platform Declared to be a Throat Against So ctal Order Tlic letter of Archbishop Ireland writ ion not nil a prelate but In lili private copnclly ns n cltNen cannot fall to carry weight with multitudes of votcif of Ida own faldi and It In Rood reading for everyUdy Ho does not lay special stress upon the financial plank of the Chicago platform hut upon Its declara tion rotating to the federal authority nnd the integrity of the Supreme court Tho nrchhUhop points out lu unmUtakahlo language the revolutionary character of Unit platform lie says Tho move ment which had Its expression in tho Chicago convention and which now seeks tiy means of popular suffrage to en throne itself In the capita of the na tion is lu Its logical effect against tho United States It is secession He quotes the frank denouncement of...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 October 1896

ijiiinuhiiiiuifilu will mtvvljlluluau tu Iiuiblllu ntlli nh h rj t or sou bo clccti ate There is no ONE DAY AT Forty Delegations with Forty Special Trains Meet at tlie Home of Major McKinley PRONOUNCED THE GREATEST EVENT IN POLITICAL HISTORY Eleven States and Three National Organizations Send Greetings to the Republican Candidate Countless Thousands Throng the Streets of Canton and Listen to His Words of Patriotism Canton 0 Oct 10 The greatest political demonstration over known was tin- venllct of tliu veteran observers of tin- events which occurred here today Fur weeks there lias not lieen n day except the Sabbath in which Maj Mc Kinley has not been greeted by numer ous delegations but today was the great est of them all IWore daylight the special trains bear Ins delegations of voters from both the old political parties begnn rolling into the depot and as early as 8 o cloclc the Impatient visitors began forming In line to march to the modest home which is now tho Mecca for citizens...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 October 1896

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Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 October 1896

TT t rtv Lut NT hi if nnn K nf 1 it f r Insttaid Dunovsferfor He 20th day of August i v w n said 890 IM mop rT RAID ON WAGES GOLD DOLLAR DUY3 TOO MUCH SAY PROMINENT SILVEnlTER Genatnrs Jonci anil Tollor Woulil Itcilnco llio rurclinolns Tower of Worcs to Holp Mnufttlurcr3 nolc In Iclj Wff Bllvcrlto Aiilliurlllrj Ajrrco Tlmt Oar Present llolltr l T10O00I Par tho Wiico Pnrnrr If any wogo onrucr thinks tlmt frco coinago 10 to l would not reduco his notunl wngcsnuil tlmt It is not iiiionucu to do so by lending sllverltoa ho should rond tho following quotation1 from spooches nnd letters of somo of silvois wannest frionds Bryan la moro guard ed In his louguago than somo of his friends bnt ho virtually toll tho work lnguicn of tho country that tholr wagon nro too high when ho tolls tho western farmers that chonp monoy oud conso quontly higher prices will holp them to pay tholr debts Tho solo obcctofrcnioncti7iiig silver as I midcrstand it Is to securouohoaper dollar with which to juoasuro a...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 October 1896

I fc bf -S m - V I IV e 1 r f I iinuo favor tktJtA hEPUOIATIOtJANO DIBHONOn I irk of Ono of Henry Ward ItecclierJ Hist flcriiioM tlio flat money nnd unlimited I i inrroucy nxcltouiont of 1077 Mr i i her dollvorcd u famous sermon on IlutultuKivliiR of Hint ycnr on tlio perils f t p day In it Jin used tills lnnguno Whenever in Riiy tmtlon thoro is rmcli mi ntlrtnpt io tnmpcr with rdfMhnt tlio jnornl itciiRo of mnu is Ihhrcd mid liberty Is given to unprin t Iplnl iijcn nt Inrgo to cheat to bo un i illiful to obligations to rofnso tho 1 ymont of honest dobts whenever that I ikisplnco it is nil tho wono if dono ilh tho permission of tho law I hnto o dovil riding on n low worso than I o tho dovil riding without n lnw under J Im Whoever tnmpors with established Mnndnrd tampers with tho vory mnrruw nd v Utility of public faith Tho iniigor into which wo nro running Is Jilddon under tho mystery of fluauco nnd ho currency All money is but n ropro uontattvo of properly As now by fnoll Jty of In...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 27 October 1896

1V wit i -- 1 f in Hi If a til TJCS f A The Bllrcr Standard nn Imposition I P Wage Karners No 4 ot Present Problems p b llshod nt 1 cent each nt 07 Pntk plaeo Now York city Is unquestion ably tho bcit pamphlet on tho wugti question or general distribution during tho present campaign It Is unanswer able No Intolllgoiit worklngmati cnu rend it niul coutlliuo to bcliovo that froa cojnngo will ratao his wage Ho will bo suro that If frco coiungo elves i chenp money as tho farmers expect It will certainly rcduco hla actual wages X wngo earner wny voto for Bryan nftor reading this pnniphlor but it will bo for other reasons than any ox pected benefit to wages Mr Wnrucr studies tho effect of oheap money experiments in Japan China India Ohllo British Honduras Moxlco and in this country and in ev ery enso ho finds unmistakable cvidcuco that cheap silver and paper monoys havo lowered wnges Whorovor money has been depreciating in valuo prices havo been rising while- wages havo changed not at nil...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 October 1896

Lv g 5 l Lv ft- SEVENTH YEAR igfcjsarmN Republican Doctrine The American people hold the financial honor of our Gov ernment as sacred as our flap The money of the United States and every kind and form of it whether of paper silver or gold must be as good as the best in the world The dollar paid to the far mer the wage earner and the pensioner must continue for ever equal in purchasing and debt paying power to the dol lar paid to any Government creditor William McKin cv Gold is the one standard of value among all enlightened commercial nations An hon est dollar worth ioo cents everywhere cannot be coined out of 53 cents worth of silver plus a legislative fiat Garret A IIohart L A disordered currency is fatal to industry frugality and economy It fosters the spirit of speculation and extravagance It is the most effectual of inven tions to fertilize the rich mans fields with the sweat of the poor mans brow Daniel Weiister fI dont believe thatyou can legislate up the value of anything an...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 October 1896

tr i i v t i Em i i iii i i n ii ii i - fcfcp3cc BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY tneorporitrtt Knrireiltha Pcntohicn l Barlltmion Smoiiij rfniller SUI1SCUIPTI0N KATBS I Ou Warstrlcllj Inadsnce Ii oo Sit Month 5 TlirefMonllis J SlnitWCoplei Sptelmtn copies mtllM free on application Orffiponcknlt wanted In all pari ot the unit Address til lor particular THURSDAY OCTOUKR 29 1890 4500 Copies W mFxzSS8l3 RBFWaBaffllaWaBWV5RW X TO VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET PUT THE X UNDER THE LOO CABIN REPUBLICAN TICKET For President WILLIAM MKINLEY of Ohio For Vice President G A HOBART of New Jersey For Congress Second District of Kentucky E T FRANKS of Daviess County For State Senate Hopkins and Christian counties S R CRUMBAUGH of Christian County For Judge Court of Appeals JOSEPH I LANDES Of Christian County Electors tor Kentucky At Largo O S Doming Ml Olivet At Large S II Kaih Manchester First District W S Mason ot Mayficld Second District Gcorgo H Towery of Dixon Third District J P Taylor of Glasgow Fourth D...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 October 1896

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 October 1896

aa7 Quantity or an American sliver dollar 7 lbs 7tflb jo lbs nilbs 4 4 12 5 9 13 3 10 8 4 J 10 50 40 to 5 8 to 8 8 Wiil r - ffi xftk EMi jr SICVGR AND GOLD The Purchasing Powers ol Amer ican and Mexican Silver Dollars Quantity for a ARTICLES Mexican silver dollar 1lour Rood grade lC lbs Ham Jlbi Dacon 4 lbs lolaloe 30 lbs Refined siRsr G lbs lbs Green coffee Mex 2 lbs lbs Deans ao lbs lb Rice 0i lbs lbs Tea China 3jlbs lbs Lard refined 5 lbs lbs Lard compound Cribs lbs Making powder t lb lbs Macaroni vermicelli 5 lbs lbs Dried mils 4 lbs lbs Ar buckles coffee 3 lbs lbs Corn meal 13 bs lbs Starch 3 lbs lbs Common candles 33 lbs bars Soap laundry Jo oars cans Tomatoes canned 3 cans cans California fruits 3 cans cans California jams 4 cans cans American sardines 8 cans cans American salmon 4 cans 4 cans Corned beef cms Segals Coal oil l gals 4S lbs California cheese ajslbs 3 lbs California butter ilbs 4 doz Eastern eggs 3 doz As the bullion value of silver and Hie price of quotation of...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 October 1896

F it i t I 1 EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 01 1896 EXTRA EDITION THAT BOODLER The People of Hopkins County Grossly Insulted BY THE FABRICATION OF The Midnight Crime of the Man Said to Have V I R tt SOUGHT THEIR VOTES Holiest Men Resent With Indignation the Insinuation Against Their Integrity Tlic Mail In Its Tuesday edition devoted a largo amount of space on its first page to tlic promulgation of a campaign lie manufactured of such gauzy material as to call in question tho very intelligence of the people it was intended to deceive It was in regard o the emis sary they say Mark Ilanna sent to Mndisonvilloloadcd down with monev to buy Votes in Hopkins County A Madisonvillcgcntleman writes Now it is an open secret andwcll known fact that the Mail is not a regular and legitimate newspaper but simply a kind of cheap Gipsy outfit shipped in for campaign pur poses has no circulation of any consequence and is edited by the local County free silver politi cians Whether ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 31 October 1896

V 14 I ni tin i fu i L tish i jtb r tTtTi a n u r 1 erty T TB Thr Mnrfli Amfrlcin T- flifUaNtafch flohl Ooci lo n 1rcinlnm HcbloM Hi Ho Uimllo lo Vay lTlccn Will 1alt ltulnniisly Hun Wlllllo Moilo on Hanki Gold Will DUaipenr MU Will Close Labor Will Ho Uncinplojcil Paulo nmt IllttrcM Will rolIow No Silver Cotilil lie Coined Tor Ten Months if nt All Cnilttllts Could Bnvo Tliomnclveri but tbo Poor Would lloeoino Poorer If Mr Bryan is olectod havo you weighed what tiio rosultfl will bo At Patorsou onSopt 38 ho salitt I my to you now that my olcotlon moans that this nntion shall open its mints to tho frco coinngo of both inotals at tho earliest possiblo moment Not only that but my oloctlou moans that this nation iliall treat tho silver dollar just ns It treats tho gold dollar nnd that wo shall not issuo bonds to buy gold If tho treasury gold resorvo is not to bo replenished by bond sales it Is cer tain that it cant last long Foreigners would lmmcdatoly call for tholr loaus and balances ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 November 1896

1 1 V itii fc VL i l vHBis Jyi that The Bee is and has been J a ware of all these monstrous vil lianics and yet has not dared at tempt a rclutation of the state ments made by the Mail As to Mr Hendricks and the charges against him we refer to his statement in another column which utterly refutes all the violent and villanous election abomina tions with which the Mail in the heat of its passion and despair charges him and indirectly and by insinuation tho Republican party of Hopkins county and its leaders The Mail in a weak attempt nt subterfuge still trying to blind its readers to the facts in the case and still presuming that they arc grossly ignorant states that The Bke did not dare to deny the al legations made by the mail of last Tuesday until upon the eve of election in The Bees extra of Saturday In answer to this deliberate falsehood we refer the intelligent reading public who remember hav ing read in The Bees regular edi linn of Thursday last headlines and all the following d...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 November 1896

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Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 November 1896

fV Kb J Vm wj Special Clubbing Hates or all the Leading Magazines I jjV fill Periodicals m conjunction wun jjjju jsjju i MWiAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA A SEVENTH YEAR HURRAH FOR BOUND MONEYI jj HONESTY PREVAILS Bullitcns began coming in at 530 p m The first six bulletins were ofviio consequence No 7 was New York United press local bureau says McKinlcy has un doubtedly carried city by 25000 plurality New York Sun bulletin siys all returns from west show large vote for McKinlcy that he gets Michi iganby30ooo and Chicago by ioo 000 Bath Maine McKmley car ries city receiving 1234 voto3 Bryan 472 also carries Sewalls ward as follows McKinley 167 Bryan 66 Bulletins No 8 to 12 arc simply precinct estimates without interest No 8 New York Sun bulletin sajs Democratic Chairman Talbot of Maryland says vote Ins gicn setts by over 100000 Same pa per says Gorgia gone for Bryan by 40000 Secretary Trayor Re publican State Committeeman of Iowa says we have certainly car ried tho State by upwards of 80...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 November 1896

f riilHH o tux cm 8Bf iEE PUBLISHING COMPANY lncorporalfil Ilnitteil llif Pestoftlcii l Katlltntton as 8coml c in matttr SdHSCRlITlON nr strictly tn advance It oo uil II l n luiiiun r TiitcrMontlii 1 Vntlo Copies Specimen copies mailed free on application itreipomlrnli wanted in all patti of the e untr Address us for partlcutara UUDNESDAY NOVEMIIHR 4 189c HOPKINS THE BANNER COUNTY The output of coal in Hopkins county during 1S05 was about one fourth the total output of the en tire State In 1805 the exact output of the State was 3207770 tons bi tuminous and canncl coal Hopkins Countys output was 7SS435 tonsaMbitit minous This is a gain over the product of 1893 of 273 Gl tons and a loss of 23323 tons as com pared ivith ISO 4 which year showed gain over 1803 of 50084 tons the rcsultof the sympathetic strike during which Hopkins Countys miners worked daily The total number of em ployees in Hopkins county in 1805 was 1887- Jlni arls employed 288 Fatal ities at mines subject to in spectio...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 November 1896

W Bifflnlr Jvy i rA P J r2aV 4KIUVAL ANO DKPARTUIW OP TRAINS AT NORTONVILLE OH o o tk xv rc p coma bast McmpliU to Central Cllf i 610 P in Pullon te Louisville 1045 Momplili to Lonlivllle GOING WBST 1ilcl Piles Itching Piles Svihtoms Moimiirr inleiiho itching nnl minyinp in ii M nlbl worso by sciiicldiiK II allowed to continue tu mors may form which often bleed and ul eiTHtf becoming very sore Hwaynks Uintmbnt stops tho itching nnd bleeding IimIi ulceration and in most cases removes tliu tumors At druggists or by mail for 40 crnts Dr Swayne Son Philadelphia Mis Lizzie Sullivan is tome from bt Vincents on a visit to her parttils Wti will piy 100 IN GOLD for anycasa of Constipation or Indigestion not curcJ by Dr Carlstcdla sman Liver Syrup 31 iiff lioo Do lies for sain by St Der hi ill Drug Store Carlstc ill Medtcinn Co Uvansvillo Ind Miss Lena Furnish of Eddy ville h visiting the family of Mr I looser Tla only permanent euro for chronic catarrh Is to thoroughly cxpe tho poison from t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 November 1896

r IHtlBHWIHI IM I lT JUDITH tfllCMCIUl T wns not until after hor moth crfl dentil Hint alio CBtno to Hvo with tin nml I looked down upon licr then In her mis fortune ns In ear lier ilnys I had envied tho beauti ful nnd petted heiress As chil dren wo hntl pono to school toffetlicr nnd then my pretty cousin with hor dainty npparcl her Trench maid and her pony phaeton lintl occincd Indeed a darling of tho pods Then just ns wo jvow entering womanhood there camo a midden turn of Torlunos wheel Valuable- mines discovered In n largo irnet of western land thought to be worth less changed my fathers meager In come Into enormous wealth At thnt t lmo my uncle died and It was found that his fortuno had so diminished thnt his widow nnil only daughter wero left almost In destitution Tho 111 feeling which had existed be tween tho older members of the family for years was not lessened when my hind hearted but tactless father of fered his brothers proud nnd scnslttvo widow some of tho crumbs from ou...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 November 1896

ft i I E l 1 SEVENTH YEAR WHEELS GO ROUND Industries Aro Reviving jM Thnnnnhmit tho Land FACTORIES AND MILLS Start Un on 4r uu With FullForco 5f - i and Tlmo BUSINESS IS REVIVED Two days after his election Wiliram McKinley rtt his home at Cjtlton O touched an elec tric huttun and tho wheels lk f n trit factorv at wandi N Y begin to move Thh is one of the pleasing results of last Tuesdays election when the people of thc United States tnnMml n ItnrriMi nnil ctirfrwl into Activity all the various agencies of commerce which will henceforth contribute to tho prosperity of the nation as a whole and to the happiness of each and every one pt the people who compose it The claim that Republican victory wouldmcan a general revival of business operations throughout the country was no political fairy tale It needed but the decision of the people on the question of an hon est or a dishoncstjmoncy standard That decision has been rendered and the results arc at once appar ent The wheels are already...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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